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Why is it Relentlessly Hard to Lose Weight in Diabetes?

Share If weight and size have been your struggle, finding the right reasons and technique for you can bring you success. Over half of European and American women and two thirds of the men are overweight or obese, even though we’re bombarded with idealised images of thin people. Most of us would like to be a healthy weight, yet we struggle …

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Diabetics and the Circadian Rhythm

Circadian Rhythm

ShareOur bodies are governed by genetically-determined biological clocks that are vital for our wellbeing. Our bodies’ natural cycles are controlled by a master clock in the brain which connects to the pineal gland behind the eyes. Incoming light switches off melatonin, the sleep hormone that governs our best known circadian (around 24 hours) rhythm. This makes us more active during daylight …

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What does NLP mean for the Diabetic?

Share Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) knowledge and skill is often used by Diabetes professionals like GP’s and Diabetes Nurses on diabetic patients. It has been positively concluded that this technique has led to clinical improvements in patients with Type 2 diabetes. (NLP) is basically a collection of tools and techniques that help people change their thought process and behaviour to …

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Diabetic! Walk Yourself Fit

walk fit

Share It’s free, it’s fun and it’s so easy to do. Here’s how to make the most of your walk fit and give your mind and body a lift. Putting one foot in front of another — what could be more straightforward? Simple but effective, walking has been shown to be one of the best activities for your health using …

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Preventing a Blood Clot for Diabetics

Share Diabetics have an increased rate of risk with plaque buildup in the arteries, causing dangerous blood clots. Figures state 80 percent of diabetics will eventually die of clot-related causes. Early diagnosis of Antiphospholipid syndrome can prevent blood clots and miscarriages. Antiphospholipid syndrome (APS),  or Hughes syndrome, is a disease of the immune system that causes an increased risk of blood clots. It’s linked to abnormal …

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